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Seen on Scene: At the Relay for Life’s Chili Cook Off

Left to right, Julie Hammond, Emilee Hampton, 13, Alaura Broughton, 12, Katie Hampton, 14, and Aspin Broughton, 13, helped out Saturday at the Relay for Life’s chili cook off, benefiting the American Cancer Society.

Tay-ler Hampton, 15, was in charge of the bra pong game Saturday at the Relay for Life of Boulder City’s chili cook off fundraiser for the American Cancer Society at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co.

Dustin Cowley, a survivor of childhood leukemia, was among the fans of the first-place-winning bison chili Saturday at the Boulder Dam Brewing Co. during the Relay for Life of Boulder City’s chili cook off to support the American Cancer Society.

Noel Kanaley took photos for the Relay for Life at Saturday’s chili cook off and ended up being the tiebreaking vote.

Amy Denney, a co-chair for the Relay for Life of Boulder City, and her mother, Margaret Denney, ushered participants and prospective judges toward the tasting area Saturday at the group’s chili cook off to benefit the American Cancer Society.

Nathan and Charlene Hampton supported the Relay for Life of Boulder City and enjoyed tasting the entries Saturday at the chili cook off to support the American Cancer Society.

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